Browse Princeton's Series (by Title) in POINT: Essays on Architecture

Sarah Whiting, Series Editor
POINT offers a new cadence to architecture’s contemporary conversation. Situated between the pithy polemic and the heavily footnoted tome, POINT publishes extended essays. Each essay in this series hones a single point while situating it within a broader discursive landscape, and thereby simultaneously focusing and fueling architectural criticism. These short books, written by leading critics, theorists, historians, and practitioners, engage the major issues concerning architecture and design today. The agility of POINT’s format permits the series to take the pulse of the field, address and further develop current issues, and turn these issues outward to an informed, interested public.